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SPIRALSTABILIZATION
Courses in London, United Kingdom
COURSE DATE: 25th November - 28th November 2018
4 Days Course PRICE: New Attendees £569, Previous Attendees £469
Please register the course by filling out the REGISTRATION FORM. Once you have completed the registration form, please purchase the course below.
We look forward to seeing you at the course.
Spiral Stabilization Course

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Dr Richard Smisek & Jana Mitackova - Muscle Chains

Anatomy, function, training and their application within treatment, prevention and sport.

DATE:
20th October – 23rd October, 2018. 9am - 5pm.
CPD: 20 CPD points (accreditation provided by Complementary Health Professionals)
COURSE TUTOR: Dr Richard Smisek (Prague, Czech Republic) & Jana Mitackova
COURSE ORGANISER: Jana Mitackova
AUDIENCE:
  • Physiotherapists
  • Osteopaths
  • Chiropractors
  • Medical doctors
  • Massage therapists
  • Health & Fitness professionals

COURSE REQUIREMENTS:
Anatomy and physiology knowledge.

AIMS & OBJECTIVES:
The aim of the course is to clarify the anatomy of the muscle chains and their function, muscle chains activation and relaxation during Spiral Stabilization exercises and to demonstrate the possibilities of their use within treatment, prevention and sports.
Muscle chain training (Spiral Stabilization exercises) allows for the treatment and prevention of:
  • Intervertebral disc herniation
  • Scoliosis
  • Chronic back pain
  • Complications after spinal surgery
  • Hip and knee joint disorders
Course attendees will be informed about the effective treatment of the above disorders and taught therapeutic exercise programme and manual therapy techniques using spiral muscle chains. They will be then able to begin using the Spiral Stabilization method with their own patients/clients.
The course exercise and manual therapy techniques can also be applied to different conditions in addition to the above. Please see the full list of conditions here.

SUMMARY:
Day 1 & Day 2:
  • Theoretical part – Muscle chain anatomy, function and training. Treatment and prevention of disc herniation.
  • Practical part – Spiral Stabilization exercises.
Day 3 & Day 4:
  • Theoretical part – Treatment and prevention of scoliosis. Application of Spiral Stabilization within sport.
  • Practical part – Spiral Stabilization manual therapy techniques in sitting and lying positions.

COURSE CONTENT:

DAY 1, DAY 2
Muscle chains
  • Classification according to the function (spiral & vertical chains)
  • The main spiral and vertical chains, their use for walking and running, the effect on the spine
  • The main principles necessary for the correct spiral chain activation
  • Spiral muscle chains
  • Movement stabilisation
Spiral muscle chains
Muscle anatomyLatissimus dorsi, Trapezius, Serratus anterior, Pectoralis major chains
  • Function within gait
  • Effect on the spine and joints
  • Activation of the chains during exercises
  • Reciprocal inhibition
  • Muscle chain disorders
  • Negative factors preventing chain activation
  • Treatment & prevention of spine, joint and internal organ disorders using spiral chains
  • Stable gait training – spirally stabilised gait
  • Running technique – spirally stabilised running
  • Athletes training – conditioning, regeneration, overload and injury prevention, correct movement coordination during sports
  • Exercises for spiral chains activation – sitting, standing positions, exercise technique correction, chain palpation, group exercise session

DAY 3, DAY 4
Vertical muscle chains
Muscle anatomyErector spinae, Quadratus lumborum, Iliopsoas, Rectus abdominis chains
  • Stabilisation at rest
  • Function within gait
  • Effect on the spine and joints
  • Activation, relaxation and stretching of the chain during Spiral Stabilization exercises
  • Reciprocal inhibition
  • Muscle chain disorders
  • Treatment & prevention of spine, joint and internal organ disorders using chain inhibition
  • Stable gait training using chain inhibition – spirally stabilised gait
  • Running technique using chain inhibition – spirally stabilised running
  • Athletes training using chain inhibition – conditioning, regeneration, overload and injury prevention, correct movement coordination during sports
  • Emphasis on lumbar spine compression (main cause of low back pain), relaxation
  • Exercise practice – exercise technique correction for inhibition and stretching of vertical chains, chain palpation and reciprocal inhibition, group exercise session

Q & A
If you wish to discuss your clients’ treatment programmes please bring their X-rays and MRI scans for a discussion (examination, diagnosis and a treatment programme).

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:
To ensure that you learn and perform Spiral Stabilization exercises correctly, there will be continual assessment throughout the course. Dr Smisek and Jana Mitackova will examine, correct and provide feedback for the duration of the course.
All course attendees will receive a CPD certificate after completion of the course allowing them to use the method in their respective practices.
The course programme will include regular tea breaks, including small snacks, and a lunch break. Please note that lunch is not provided.
We will be going through exercises every day, so please ensure that you bring suitable clothing to enable you to perform the practical part of the course comfortably. Female course attendees are advised to wear a sports bra for manual therapy techniques. We recommend not wearing jewellery for these parts of the course.
We advise all course attendees to have professional liability insurance to cover them for the practical part of the course.
Should you wish to take notes during the course, we recommend that you bring your own note-pad or tablet.
Spiral Stabilization exercise equipment will be available for use and for purchase during the course. Both cash and card payments will be accepted.
The course price includes free access to our exercise videos package.

DATE: 25th November – 28th November 2017, 9am - 5pm, 28 CPD hrs

WHO IS IT FOR?
  • Medical doctors
  • Osteopaths
  • Chiropractors
  • Physiotherapists
  • Massage therapists
  • Health & Fitness professionals
  • General Public

COURSE TUTOR: Dr Richard Smisek
COURSE ORGANISER: Jana Mitackova

AIMS & OBJECTIVES:
The aim of the course is to clarify the anatomy of the muscle chains and their function, muscle chains activation and relaxation during Spiral Stabilization exercises and to demonstrate the possibilities of their use within treatment, prevention and sports.
Muscle chain training (Spiral Stabilization exercises) allows for the treatment and prevention of:
  • Intervertebral disc herniation
  • Chronic back pain
  • Complications after spinal surgery
  • Scoliosis
  • Hip and knee joint disorders
Doctors, therapists and practitioners will be informed about effective treatment of the above disorders and taught therapeutic exercise programme and manual therapy techniques using spiral muscle chains. They will be then able to begin using Spiral Stabilization method in their respective practises.
The course exercise and manual therapy techniques can also be applied to different conditions apart from the above. Please visit http://www.spiralstabilization.co.uk/the-method/ and click on What does it treat? for a list of other conditions.

COURSE CONTENT:
DAY 1
Muscle chains
  • Classification according to the function (spiral & vertical chains)
  • The main spiral and vertical chains, their use for walking and running, the effect on the spine
  • The main principles necessary for the correct spiral chain activation
  • Spiral muscle chains
  • Movement stabilization
Spiral muscle chains
Muscle anatomy – Latissimus dorsi (LD) A, B, C and Trapezius (TR) chains
  • Function within gait
  • Effect on the spine and joints
  • Activation of the chains during exercises
  • Reciprocal inhibition
  • Muscle chain disorders (compensatory mechanisms, effect on the spine and joints)
  • Negative factors preventing LD, TR chain activation
  • Treatment & prevention of spine, joint and internal organ disorders using spiral chains
  • Stable gait training – spirally stabilized gait
  • Running technique – spirally stabilized running
  • Athletes training – conditioning, regeneration, overload and injury prevention, correct movement coordination during sports
  • Exercises for spiral chains activation – sitting, standing positions, exercise technique correction, chain palpation, group exercise session

DAY 2
Muscle anatomy – Latissimus dorsi D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K chains and Serratus anterior(SA) A, B, C, D, E, F chains
  • Function within gait
  • Effect on the spine and joints
  • Activation of the chains during exercises
  • Reciprocal inhibition
  • Muscle chain disorders (compensatory mechanisms, effect on the spine and joints)
  • Negative factors preventing LD chain activation
  • Treatment & prevention of spine, joint and internal organ disorders
  • Stable gait training – spirally stabilized gait
  • Running technique – spirally stabilized running
  • Athletes training – conditioning, regeneration, overload and injury prevention, correct movement coordination during sports
  • Emphasis on spine stabilization, traction, pelvis rotation (LD-F, LD-E)
  • Exercise practice for spiral chains activation – sitting, standing double and single leg positions, exercise technique correction, chain palpation, group exercise session

DAY 3
Muscle anatomy – Pectoralis major (PM) A, B, C, D chains
  • Stabilization at rest
  • Function within gait
  • Effect on the spine and joints
  • Activation of the chains during exercises
  • Reciprocal inhibition
  • Muscle chain disorders (compensatory mechanisms, effect on the spine and joints)
  • Negative factors preventing PM chain activation
  • Treatment & prevention of spine, joint and internal organ disorders
  • Stable gait training – spirally stabilized gait
  • Running technique – spirally stabilized running
  • Athletes training – conditioning, regeneration, overload and injury prevention, correct movement coordination during sports
  • Emphasis on abdominal wall muscles activation, lumbar spine traction, pelvis rotation, pelvic floor muscles activation
  • Exercise practice for spiral chains activation – sitting, standing positions, exercise technique correction, chain palpation, group exercise session
  • Exercise practice for chains activation

DAY 3 & 4
Vertical muscle chains
Muscle anatomy – Erector spinae (ES) chain, Quadratus lumborum (QL) A, B chains,Iliopsoas (IP) A, B chains, Rectus abdominis (RA) chain
  • Stabilization at rest
  • Function within gait
  • Effect on the spine and joints
  • Activation, relaxation and stretching of the chain during Spiral Stabilization exercises
  • Reciprocal inhibition
  • Muscle chain disorders (compensatory mechanisms, effect on the spine and joints)
  • Treatment & prevention of spine, joint and internal organ disorders using chain inhibition
  • Stable gait training using chain inhibition – spirally stabilized gait
  • Running technique using chain inhibition – spirally stabilized running
  • Athletes training using chain inhibition – conditioning, regeneration, overload and injury prevention, correct movement coordination during sports
  • Emphasis on lumbar spine compression (main cause of low back pain), relaxation
  • Exercise practice – exercise technique correction for inhibition and stretching of vertical chains, chain palpation and reciprocal inhibition, group exercise session

Q & A
If you wish to discuss your clients’ treatment programmes please bring their X-rays and MRI scans for a discussion (examination, diagnosis and a treatment programme).

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:
To ensure that you fully grasp and perform Spiral Stabilization exercises correctly, there will be continual assessment throughout the course, Dr Smisek and Jana Mitackova will examine, correct and provide feedback for the duration of the course, particularly during the exercise and manual therapy section.
All course participants (except general public) will receive a certificate for attendance and completion of the Spiral Stabilization course, allowing them to introduce and begin using the Method in their respective practises.
The course will start at 9am and finish at 5pm every day with tea breaks and lunch break incorporated. Refreshments will not be provided.
We will be going through exercises every day, so please ensure that you bring suitable clothing to enable you to perform the practical part of the course comfortably. Female course participants are advised to wear a sports bra or bikini top for manual therapy techniques. We recommend not wearing jewellery for these parts of the course.
We advise all course attendees to have professional liability insurance to cover them for the practical part of the course.
Should you wish to take notes during the course, we recommend that you bring your own note pad or tablet.
Exercise equipment and Spiral Stabilization equipment will be available for use only during the course. But exercise merchandise will be available to purchase. Both cash and card payments are acceptable on the day.

© Spiral Stabilization LTD 2014-2017
PELVIC AND LOWER LIMB DISORDERS

26th November - 29th November 2016
Spiral Stabilization Course with Dr R Smisek
  • Course Details
  • The Venue
  • How to get there?
  • Booking
  • Testimonials
  • DATE: 26th November – 29th November 2016, 9am - 5pm, 28 CPD hrs

    WHO IS IT FOR?
    • Medical doctors
    • Osteopaths
    • Chiropractors
    • Physiotherapists
    • Massage therapists
    • Health & Fitness professionals
    • General Public
    COURSE TUTOR: Dr Richard Smisek
    COURSE ORGANISER: Jana Mitackova

    AIMS & OBJECTIVES:
    • Clarify the optimal function of the pelvis and lower limb
    • Clarify the optimal coordination and stabilization of gait with an emphasis on the pelvis and lower limb function
    • Demonstrate the main pelvis and lower limb disorders
    • Treatment of pelvis and lower limb disorders
    Doctors, therapists and practitioners will be informed about effective treatment of the above disorders and taught therapeutic exercise program and manual therapy techniques using spiral muscle chains. They will be then able to begin using Spiral Stabilization method in their respective practises.
    The course exercise and manual therapy techniques can also be applied to different conditions apart from the above. Please visit http://www.spiralstabilization.co.uk/the-method/ and click on What does it treat? for a list of other conditions.

    COURSE CONTENT:

    DAY 1 – Pelvis & Lumbar spine – Urogenital tract
    Urogenital system
    • Myofascial pain - lumbar region, abdomen, pelvis
    • Chronic inflammation of the urogenital area, infection
    • Impotence, functional sterility, incontinence
    Thoracic, lumbar spine and pelvis – Arthrosis in facet joints, SI, hip joints - structural disorders
    Internal organs – Nutrition, innervation and mobility failure of internal organs
    Failure of the immune system – Psychosomatic illness
    Regeneration, prevention and treatment
    • Elimination of muscle imbalances within the pelvic girdle
    • Spiral Stabilization (SPS) manual therapy and exercise techniques - relaxation, stretching, strengthening, reciprocal inhibition, coordination, stabilization
    • Correction of muscle chains function, Latissimus Dorsi-E muscle chain (activates and stretches pelvic floor muscles), Latissimus Dorsi-A, B, C, E muscle chains (spirally stabilized gait)
    Pelvic muscles and myofascial pain
    Practise
    • Exercises to eliminate the main muscle imbalances in the pelvic girdle, shoulder girdle and torso
    • Exercises for individual muscle groups
    • 60 minutes Spiral Stabilization group exercise session

    DAY 2 – Pelvis & Lumbar spine – Urogenital tract
    Muscle groups
    Lumbar area and pelvic girdle - erector spinae, quadratus lumborum, multifidus
    Posterior pelvis - biceps femoris, semitendinosus, semimembranosus, adductor magnus
    Anterior pelvis – pectineus, adductor brevis, adductor longus, iliacus, psoas major
    Hip joint - gluteus maximus, medius and minimus, obturator externus, gemellus superior, gemellus inferior, obturaror internus, piriformis, quadratus femoris
    Pelvic floor - levator ani, transversus perinei, coccygeus
    Muscle groups (above)
    • Trigger point and referred pain
    • Effects on CNS blood circulation
    • Manual techniques in lying position
    • Active manual techniques in sitting position
    • Targeted anatomical relaxing massage with muscle stretching
    • Manual traction of the spine
    • Palpation
    • Reciprocal relations to other muscles
    • SPS exercises (relaxation, stretching, strengthening)
    • Muscle activation within the muscle chains
    Muscle chains and pelvis, lumbar spine, pelvic girdle disorders
    • Dynamic muscle chains (body stabilization during movement) - latissimus dorsi (LD), trapezius (TR), serratus anterior (SA), pectoralis major (PM)
    • Static muscle chains (body stabilization at rest) - erector spine (ES), iliopsoas (IP), quadratus lumborum (QL), rectus abdominis (RA)
    60 minutes group exercise for the treatment of urogenital disorders (muscle chain activation)

    DAY 3 – Lower limbs
    Optimally coordinated and stabilized gait
    Lower limb
    Foot arch
    • Anatomy and function
    • Creating foot arch using muscle chain activation (LD, TR, SA, PM)
    • SPS manual therapy techniques - leg flexors and extensors stretching, foot joints mobilization
    • SPS exercises for foot arch
    Knee joint
    • Anatomy and function
    • Stabilization
    • SPS manual therapy techniques in relation to the knee joint, knee joint mobilization
    60 minutes group exercise session – emphasis on lower limbs, gait coordination, foot and knee stabilization

    DAY 4 – Lower limbs
    Foot disorders
    • Pedes Plani (flat feet), Hallux valgus (bunion), Digiti mallei, Calcar calcanei (heel spur)
    • SPS manual therapy techniques – stretching, mobilization
    • SPS exercises – strengthening, stretching, stabilization
    Knee disorders
    • Meniscus and ligaments disorders/injuries, gonarthrosis
    • Preparation for a total endoprosthesis (TEP) and aftercare
    • SPS manual therapy techniques – stretching, mobilization
    • SPS exercises – strengthening, stretching, stabilization
    Hip disorders
    • Functional unit - pelvis, hip joint, symphysis, SI joint, lumbar spine, lower limbs
    • Hip joint disorders - etiology, treatment plan, correction of a movement pattern
    • Coxarthrosis, Developmental dysplasia, Hip impingement syndrome, Leg length discrepancy
    • Preparation for a hip joint TEP and aftercare
    60 minutes group exercise session – muscle chain activation, exercises for upper and lower limbs, gait coordination and stabilization, pelvis stabilization, pelvic floor exercises

    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:
    To ensure that you fully grasp and perform Spiral Stabilization exercises correctly, there will be continual assessment throughout the course, Dr Smisek and Jana Mitackova will examine, correct and provide feedback for the duration of the course, particularly during the exercise and manual therapy section.
    All course participants (except general public) will receive a certificate for attendance and completion of the Spiral Stabilization course, allowing them to introduce and begin using the Method in their respective practises.
    The course will start at 9am and finish at 5pm every day with tea breaks and lunch break incorporated. Refreshments will not be provided.
    We will be going through exercises every day, so please ensure that you bring suitable clothing to enable you to perform the practical part of the course comfortably. Female course participants are advised to wear a sports bra or bikini top for manual therapy techniques. We recommend not wearing jewellery for these parts of the course.
    We advise all course attendees to have professional liability insurance to cover them for the practical part of the course.
    Should you wish to take notes during the course, we recommend that you bring your own note pad or tablet.
    Exercise equipment and Spiral Stabilization equipment will be available for use only during the course. But exercise merchandise will be available to purchase. Both cash and card payments are acceptable on the day.

    Queen Mary Hospital
    Roehampton Lane
    London
    SW15 5PN
    Please see the link below for contact details, map and directions.
    Directions to Queen Mary Hospital

    4 Days Course PRICE: New Attendees £569, Previous Attendees £469

    Please register the course by filling out the REGISTRATION FORM. Once you have completed the registration form, please purchase the course below.
    We look forward to seeing you at the course.

    © Spiral Stabilization LTD 2014-2016
    Spiral Stabilization Foundation Course
    Exercise and Manual therapy techniques using muscle chains

    DATE: 7st May 2016, 10am – 6pm & 8th May 2016, 9am – 5pm, 14 CPD hours
    LOCATION: Back in Shape Clinic, 177 Shirley road, Croydon, Surrey, CR0 8SS  
    TUTOR/CONTACT:
    Jana Mitackova, Spiral Stabilization LTD, 07824 663 802,
    info@spiralstabilization.co.uk, www.spiralstabilization.co.uk
    AUDIENCE: Health & Fitness professionals
    REQUIREMENTS: Basic anatomy and physiology knowledge
    PRICE: £249, includes a manual (Dr Smisek’s book Muscle Chains worth £30)
    BOOKING:
    Please visit http://www.spiralstabilization.co.uk/courses/ and click Booking to complete your registration form (please ignore November date on the registration form)
    PAYMENT DETAILS:
    Bank: Santander, Account: Spiral Stabilization, Account number: 67588452, Sort code: 09-01-28
     
    AIMS & OBJECTIVES:
    ü  Fully understand Spiral Stabilization (SPS) method and its main principles
    ü  Learn Spiral Stabilization exercises and basic manual therapy techniques using spiral muscle chains
    ü  Learn to successfully treat and prevent clients’ various conditions (back pain, spinal disorders, intervertebral disc herniation, chronic back pain, low back pain, post spinal surgery complications, scoliosis, hip and knee joint disorders, migraines, headaches…)
     
    The course exercise and manual therapy techniques can also be applied to different conditions apart from the above. Please visit http://www.spiralstabilization.co.uk/the-method/ and click on What does it treat? for a list of other conditions.
     
    CONTENT:
     
    DAY 1
    Lecture Part 1 - Introduction into Spiral Stabilization
    ü  What is SPS
    ü  History and development
    ü  Client’s treatment – What conditions can I treat? Who can I treat & how?
     
    Lecture Part 2 - Spirally stabilized gait
    ü  Back pain causes & symptoms
    ü  Dynamic & static spine stabilization
    ü  Spirally stabilized gait & running
    ü  Spine regeneration & spine degeneration
     
    Lecture Part 3 - Muscle chains
    ü  Main muscle chains
    ü  Spiral muscle chains anatomy & function
    ü  Vertical muscle chains anatomy & function
     
    Lecture Part 4 - Spiral Stabilization exercises
    ü  SPS main principles
    ü  Spinal traction & spinal compression
    ü  SPS principles of optimal movement
    ü  SPS parameters for measuring the extent and coordination of movement
    ü  SPS exercise main elements, guidelines, technique
    ü  SPS principles of movement control
     
    Lunch
     
    Practical - Spiral Stabilization exercises
    ü  Basic 12 exercises in sitting and standing positions
    ü  Exercise coordination and stabilization using muscle chains
    ü  Correction of exercise technique (individual and in pairs)
    ü  Exercises for different levels of ability
    ü  SPS parameter – extension in the pelvic girdle (testing)
    ü  Correct gait
    ü  Individual and group training
    ü  Developing exercise programme for therapy (client consultation)
    ü  Group exercise session
    ü  Q & A
     
    DAY 2
    Group exercise session (Day 1 SPS exercises, correct gait, SPS stretching)
    Lecture (Videos)
    ü  Foot arch formation
    ü  Client testimonials with various conditions
     
    Practical - Spiral Stabilization exercises & basic manual therapy techniques
    ü  Building the arch of the foot
    ü  40 SPS exercises using balance mat
    ü  Manual therapy techniques in sitting positions
    ü  Correction of exercise technique (individual and in pairs)
     
    Lunch
     
    Practical - Spiral Stabilization exercises & basic manual therapy techniques  
    ü  Manual therapy techniques in standing positions
    ü  Correction of exercise technique (individual and in pairs)
    ü  Exercises for different levels of ability
    ü  SPS parameter – extension in the pelvic girdle (retesting)
    ü  Individual and group training
    ü  Client follow up session programme
    ü  Spiral Stabilization stretching
    ü  Group exercise session – conditional training, cardiovascular training, SPS exercises for sport and athletes
    ü  Q & A
     
    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:
    To ensure that you fully grasp and perform Spiral Stabilization exercises correctly, I will examine, correct and provide feedback for the duration of the course, particularly during the exercise and manual techniques section. You will also work in pairs to practise working with a client.
    All course participants will receive a certificate for attendance (valid for 2 years) and completion of the Spiral Stabilization course, allowing them to introduce and begin using the Method in their respective practises.
    Tea breaks and lunch break will be incorporated within the course times. Tea break refreshments will be provided. Lunch break refreshments will not be provided.
    We will be going through exercises each day, so please ensure that you bring suitable clothing to enable you to perform the practical part of the course comfortably. Female course participants are advised to wear a sports bra for manual therapy techniques.
    I advise all course attendees to have professional liability insurance to cover them for the practical part of the course.
    Should you wish to take notes during the course, I recommend that you bring your own note pad or tablet.
    Exercise equipment and Spiral Stabilization equipment will be available for use only during the course. But exercise merchandise will be available to purchase. Both cash and card payments are acceptable on the day.

    Jana Mitackova
    Managing Director Spiral Stabilization UK
    http://www.spiralstabilization.co.uk/courses/
    Email: info@spiralstabilization.co.uk
    Telephone: 07824 663 802

    PREVENTION  STABILIZATION  MOBILIZATION  REGENERATION
    by EXERCISING SPIRAL MUSCLE CHAINS

    MUSCLE CHAINS
    anatomy, function and their application within treatment, prevention and sport
    SPIRAL STABILIZATION OF THE SPINE

    Course Date: 5th December – 8th December 2015, 9am - 5pm

    TREATMENT & PREVENTION OF:
    MUSCLE CHAINS - ANATOMY, FUNCTION AND THEIR APPLICATION WITHIN TREATMENT, PREVENTION AND SPORT

    Course Tutor: Dr Richard Smisek
    Course Organiser: Jana Mitackova, manager director SMS/SPS UK

    WHO IS IT FOR?
                • Medical doctors
                • Osteopaths
                • Chiropractors
                • Physiotherapists
                • Massage therapists
                • Health & Fitness professionals
                • General Public

    4 Days Course PRICE: New Attendees £569, Previous Attendees £469
    Register soon as places are limited!
    Please register the course by filling out the REGISTRATION FORM. Once you have completed the registration form, please purchase the course below.
    We look forward to seeing you at the course.

    COURSE AIMS & OBJECTIVES:
    Coming soon.
    COURSE CONTENT:
    Coming soon.
  • Course Details
  • The Venue
  • How to get there?

  • Dear Healthcare and Fitness professionals
    After an amazing event and a successful launch of Spiral Stabilization UK at The Back Pain Show in London Olympia last year we are pleased to announce the following Spiral Stabilization Course in the UK – MUSCLE CHAINS (Anatomy, function and their application within treatment, prevention and sport).  
    The course will be held over 4 days in London (location TBC) from the 5th December – 8th December 2015.
    The course is aimed at Healthcare and Fitness professionals and it will authorise you to use the Spiral Stabilization method in conjunction with your current practises, which will aid new client potential and enhance current patient experience and results.
    During the 4 day course you will be provided with, quality high level, theoretical and practical knowledge including Spiral Stabilization exercise and manual techniques performed by Dr Smisek, the creator of this system. For full details of the course structure and coverage please go to the website (http://www.spiralstabilization.co.uk/courses/). For testimonials go to the website (www.spiralstabilization.com).
    Don‘t miss out on a unique opportunity to discover how to treat and prevent intervertebral disc herniation, chronic back pain, complications after spinal surgery, scoliosis, hip and knee joint disorders and many more.
    Register soon as places are limited! For only £569 for 4 day course with Dr Smisek (his hourly rate in Prague is €420).
    Please go to the website (http://www.spiralstabilization.co.uk/courses/) and click Booking to complete your registration and purchase the course.
    If you have any further questions or require more information, please contact me using the details below.
    I very much look forward to hearing from you soon and seeing you at the course in December 2015.

    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
    To ensure that you fully grasp and perform Spiral Stabilization exercises correctly, there will be continual assessment throughout the course, Dr Smisek and Jana Mitackova will examine, correct and provide feedback for the duration of the course, particularly during the exercise and manual therapy section.
    All course participants (except general public) will receive a certificate for attendance and completion of the Spiral Stabilization course, allowing them to introduce and begin using the Method in their respective practises.
    The course will start at 9am and finish at 5pm every day with tea breaks and lunch break incorporated. Refreshments will not be provided.
    We will be going through exercises every day, so please ensure that you bring suitable clothing to enable you to perform the practical part of the course comfortably. Female course participants are advised to wear a sports bra or bikini top for manual therapy techniques. We recommend not wearing jewellery for these parts of the course.
    We advise all course attendees to have professional liability insurance to cover them for the practical part of the course.
    Should you wish to take notes during the course, we recommend that you bring your own note pad or tablet.
    Exercise equipment and Spiral Stabilization equipment will be available for use only during the course. But exercise merchandise will be available to purchase. Both cash and card payments are acceptable on the day.

    Jana Mitackova
    Managing Director Spiral Stabilization UK
    http://www.spiralstabilization.co.uk/courses/
    Email: info@spiralstabilization.co.uk
    Telephone: 07824 663 802

    PREVENTION  STABILIZATION  MOBILIZATION  REGENERATION
    by EXERCISING SPIRAL MUSCLE CHAINS

    SpiraL Stabilization of the spine
    SPIRAL STABILIZATION FOUNDATION COURSE

    Date: 30th July – 2nd August 2015
    Treatment & prevention of:
     
    VERTEBROVISCERAL RELATIONS OF THE HEAD
    & CERVICAL SPINE, SHOULDER GIRDLE & ARM DISORDERS  

    Course Tutor: Dr Richard Smisek
    Course Organiser: Jana Mitackova
    Dear Healthcare and Fitness professionals
    After an amazing event and a successful launch of Spiral Stabilization UK at The Back Pain Show in London Olympia last year we are pleased to announce the following Spiral Stabilization Course in the UK – VERTEBROVISCERAL RELATIONS OF THE HEAD & CERVICAL SPINE, SHOULDER GIRDLE & ARM DISORDERS.  
     
    The course will be held over 4 days in London (location TBC) from the 30th July – 2nd August 2015.
     
    The course is aimed at Healthcare and Fitness professionals and it will authorise you to use the Spiral Stabilization method in conjunction with your current practises, which will aid new client potential and enhance current patient experience and results.
     
    During the 4 day course you will be provided with, quality high level, theoretical and practical knowledge including Spiral Stabilization exercise and manual techniques performed by Dr Smisek, the creator of this system. For full details of the course structure and coverage please go to the website (http://www.spiralstabilization.co.uk/courses/). For testimonials go to the website (www.spiralstabilization.com).

    Don‘t miss out on a unique opportunity to discover how to treat and prevent headaches, migraines, disc hernation in cervical spine, carpal tunnel, tennis elbow, golfer’s elbow and many more.
     
    Register soon as places are limited! For only £569 for 4 day course with Dr Smisek (his hourly rate in Prague is €420).

    Please go to the website (http://www.spiralstabilization.co.uk/courses/) and click Booking to complete your registration and purchase the course.

    If you have any further questions or require more information, please contact me using the details below.

    I very much look forward to hearing from you soon and seeing you at the course in July 2015.

    Kind regards

    Jana Mitackova
    Managing Director Spiral Stabilization UK
    http://www.spiralstabilization.co.uk/courses/
    Email: info@spiralstabilization.co.uk
    Telephone: 07824 663 802

    PREVENTION  STABILIZATION  MOBILIZATION  REGENERATION
    by EXERCISING SPIRAL MUSCLE CHAINS

    SpiraL Stabilization of the spine
    SPIRAL STABILIZATION FOUNDATION COURSE

    Treatment & prevention of:
     
    In all age groups, without a brace, complications after spinal surgery,
    disc herniation, spinal stenosis within scoliosis, prevention and more
     
    Course Tutor: Dr Richard Smisek
    Course Organiser: Jana Mitackova

    Dear Healthcare and Fitness professionals
    After an amazing event and a successful launch of Spiral Stabilization UK at The Back Pain Show in London Olympia we are pleased to announce the second Spiral Stabilization Course in the UK – Scoliosis Course.
     
    The course will be held over 4 days in the ideal setting of British College of Osteopathic medicine facility in Finchley Road from the 19th – 22nd February 2015.
     
    The course is aimed at Healthcare and Fitness professionals and it will authorise you to use the Spiral Stabilization method in conjunction with your current practises, which will aid new client potential and enhance current patient experience and results.
     
    During the 4 day course you will be provided with, quality high level, theoretical and practical knowledge including Spiral Stabilization exercise and manual techniques for scoliosis performed by Dr Smisek, the creator of this system. For full details of the course structure and coverage please see the attached document (Spiral Stabilization Scoliosis Course Pack).
     
    Don‘t miss out on a unique opportunity to discover how to treat scoliosis, prevent its degeneration and to consult scoliosis with Dr Smisek personally. Children scoliosis treatment from 30°Coba to 0° Coba without surgery.
     
    Register soon as places are limited! For only £569 for 4 day course.
     
    Registration couldn’t be simpler. Fill out the attached registration form and email it to info@spiralstabilization.co.uk. Please go to the website (http://www.spiralstabilization.co.uk/courses/) to complete your registration and purchase the course.
     
    If you have any further questions or require more information, please see the website
     
    http://www.spiralstabilization.co.uk/courses/ or contact me using the details below.
     
    I very much look forward hearing from you soon and seeing you at the course in February 2015.

    Kind regards
     
    Jana Mitackova
    Managing Director Spiral Stabilization UK
     
    http://www.spiralstabilization.co.uk/courses/
    Email: info@spiralstabilization.co.uk
    Telephone: 07824 663 802

    PREVENTION  STABILIZATION  MOBILIZATION  REGENERATION
    by EXERCISING SPIRAL MUSCLE CHAINS

    SpiraL Stabilization of the spine
    SPIRAL STABILIZATION FOUNDATION COURSE
     
    Treatment & prevention of:
    disc herniation, disc degeneration, scoliosis, lordosis, kyphosis,
    back pain, sciatica, complications after spinal surgery and more

    Course Tutor: Dr Richard Smisek
    Course Organiser: Jana Mitackova

    Dear Healthcare and Fitness professionals
    After an amazing event and a successful launch of Spiral Stabilization UK at The Back Pain Show in London Olympia we are pleased to announce the launch of the Spiral Stabilization Foundation Course.
     
    The course will be held over 4 days in the ideal setting of Premier Global’s training facility in Finsbury Park from the 25th – 28th October 2014.
     
    The course is aimed at Healthcare and Fitness professionals and it will authorise you to use the Spiral Stabilization method in conjunction with your current practises, which will aid new client potential and enhance current patient experience and results.
     
    During the 4 day course you will be provided with, quality high level, theoretical and practical knowledge including Spiral Stabilization exercise and manual techniques performed by Dr Smisek, the creator of this system. For full details of the course structure and coverage please see the attached document (Spiral Stabilization Foundation Course Pack).
     
    As part of this promotion we are offering you a special limited EARLY BIRD PRICE. 4 day course for only £469 (full price £569, 25th – 28th October) or 2 day course for £249 (25th – 26th October).  

    Register soon as places are limited!
     
    Registration couldn’t be simpler. Fill out the attached registration form and email it to info@spiralstabilization.co.uk. Please go to the website (http://www.spiralstabilization.co.uk/courses/) to complete your registration and purchase the course.
     
    If you have any further questions or require more information, please see the website
    http://www.spiralstabilization.co.uk/courses/ or contact me using the details below.
     
    I very much look forward hearing from you soon and seeing you at the course in October.
     
    Kind regards

    Jana Mitackova
    Managing Director Spiral Stabilization UK
    http://www.spiralstabilization.co.uk/courses/
    Email: info@spiralstabilization.co.uk
    Telephone: 07824 663 802

    PREVENTION  STABILIZATION  MOBILIZATION  REGENERATION
    by EXERCISING SPIRAL MUSCLE CHAINS
    SM-SYSTEM
    THE LAUNCH OF THE SPIRAL STABILIZATION METHOD IN THE UK

    Dr. Richard Smisek: Creator SMSystem, Spiral Stabilization method



        


     
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